What to see in Hong Kong, what to do in Hong Kong

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Tsim Sha Tsui at Hong Kong

Plan  your Hong Kong Tour ? Hong Kong, as the Oriental Pearl, is just simply amazing. With an area of 1,110sq.km, Hong Kong consists of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and a group of 260 outlying islands.

Hong Kong has a population of 6,600,000 and 96% of them are Chinese.
Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 1800s into a dynamic and thrilling 21st century cosmopolitan metropolis. It is made up of four parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands.

Features & Attractions
•Hong Kong Disneyland
•Ocean Park
•Victoria Bay
•Victoria Peak
•Wong Tai Sin Temple

•Avenue of Stars
•Repulse Bay
•Hong Kong Historical Museum
•Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront
•Tiantan Buddha

Hong Kong Disneyland
Located on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Disneyland is surrounded by mountains at three sides and facing the South China Sea. As the newest Disneyland in the world, Hong Kong Disneyland is a must-see because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture.

With an area of about 1.1 square kilometers, Hong Kong Disneyland is divided into four theme areas including the Main Street, U.S.A, Adventure World, Fantastic World and Tomorrow World; all of them may bring you numerous fun and wonderful experience.

With unique scenic spots and Disney Theme Hotels, you can go escape from the real world, and make your dreams come true. The availability of delicious Chinese and Asian food is also a lure for many visitors and Disney fans.
Ticket Price: HKD 295 (normal days); HKD 350 (on holidays or festivals)
Opening Time: 10:00-19:00
How to get there: Yon can take Disney Resort Line, car, taxi, public bus or coach to get there.

Ocean Park
Ocean Park is a major attraction in Hong Kong, the luminous pearl of the Orient and world financial center in southeast China. Opened in 1977, Ocean Park Hong Kong features rides, exhibits and conservation facilities.

Hong Kong Ocean Park is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, covering more than 870,000 square metres of land. There are three attraction areas, which are the Lowland, the Headland and Tai Shue Wan. The three areas are connected by a cable car, outdoor escalator which is the second longest in the world and Ocean Express.

Ticket Price: HKD 185
Opening Time: 10:00-18:00 (Tuesday to Sunday, closed until 23:00 in Summer)
How to get there: Take a public bus to Ocean Park. And get off the bus after going through the Aberdeen Tunnel. A short walk takes you to Ocean Park. Public buses include No. 72, 72A, 92, 96, 592, 6A, 6X, 29R, 70, 75, 90, 97, 260, 41A, 77, 99, 171, 671, 107, 973 and 170.


Victoria Bay

Victoria Harbour is one of Hong Kong
‘s greatest assets, a jewel that people marvel at, no matter how many times they visit the city. People come from all over the world to see and admire it. It is very famous in China tour and Hong Kong tour.

Hong Kong Victoria Bay is distinctive because it is naturally beautiful and architecturally outstanding. Four of the twenty tallest buildings in the world rise in a concentrated area around the harbor together with a number of buildings almost as tall. Both sides of Victoria Bay in Hong Kong have interesting tourist attractions, and the city itself is one of the world’s big tourism and shopping attractions.

Ticket Price: Free
Opening Time: the Whole Day
How to go there: Victoria Harbor is the center of Hong Kong. There are a multitude of routes.

Victoria Peak
Being 554 meters above sea level, Victoria Peak is the highest point within Hong Kong and occupies the western part of the island.

Hong Kong Victoria Peak’s Chinese name, Tai Ping Shan, means Mountain of Great Peace, and it certainly seems to inspire momentary hushed awe in visitors at the viewing point, a few yards left along the road from the tram them the harbor and–on a clear day- Kowloon’s eight mountains.

On a rainy day wisps of cloud catch on the buildings’ pointy tops; at night both sides of the harbor burst into color.

Ticket Price: HKD 45 (one-way ticket for the Peak Tram); HKD 56 (round ticket for the Peak Tram)
Opening Time: 07:00-24:00
How to get there: Buses No. 1 or 15 to get there

Wong Tai Sin Temple
The only temple in Hong Kong that offers facilities for Taoist wedding services, the Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most famous temples in Hong Kong. Known for its fortune-tellers, visitors flock here year round so that the soothsayers that reside in the temple can inform them as to their future.

The architecture of Hong Kong Wong Tai Sin Temple is in the traditional Chinese temple style: grand red pillars, a magnificent golden roof adorned with blue friezes, yellow latticework, and resplendent multi-colored carvings.

Ticket Price: Free
Opening Time: 07:00-17:30
How to get there: MTR Wong Tai Sin Station Exit B2. The station is only about 200 meters away from the complex.

Avenue of Stars
Located on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade,Hong Kong, the Avenue of Stars pays tribute to Hong Kong’s rich cinematic tradition – both past and present. In this city often touted as the “Hollywood of the Orient,” the attraction has become a favorite of both locals and tourists.

According to the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Avenue of Stars was designed to recognize the film industry’s contribution in promoting Hong Kong as a destination worldwide.

One of the most recent additions to the Avenue of Stars is a 2-meter-high bronze statue of the world’s most famous martial arts actor, Bruce Lee. Dedicated in 2005, the statue marked the 65th anniversary of Lee’s birth.

Ticket Price: free
Opening Time: the whole day
How to get there: take Tianxing Boat from Wanchai Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui, then Avenue of Stars is on the right

Repulse Bay
Located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, Repulse Bay is the most spectacular bay in the region. Hong Kong Repulse Bay is relatively clean, cozy, and had good public facilities like bathrooms and shower.

People on the beach can face the water and the sun, and the sun reflects off the glittering water and waves. People can walk to the nearby restaurants and get refreshments and swim out into the small bay that is watched by lifeguards during the regular season.

Ticket Price: free
Opening Time: the whole day
How to get there: There are shuttle buses with air-conditionings between the city center and Repulse Bay

Hong Kong Historical Museum
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Historical Museum shows ‘The Story of Hong Kong,’ which portrays in a lively way the natural ecology, local customs, historical developments and traditional culture.

Hong Kong Historical Museum currently has over 45,000 objects in its collections, which are divided into archaeological, local history, people’s history, and natural history. Among the archaeological objects are items discovered on China’s southeastern shore, and articles excavated in the 1930s in the southern islands.

Ticket Price: HKD 10
Opening Time: Mondays & Wednesday to Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm; Sundays and public holidays: 10 am – 7 pm; Closes at 5 pm on Christmas Eve and Chinese New Year’s Eve; Closed on Tuesdays
How to get there: The museum is in walking distance of the Tsim Sha Tsui, East Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom MTR stations. The Star Ferry Terminal is about 2 kilometers away.

Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront
The Tsim sha Tsui Waterfront, at the southern tip of Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong, right across the water from Wanchai and Central on Hong Kong Island, is particularly known for its “postcard views” of Hong Kong’s sensational skyline, but this small area has more attractions to offer than just great vantage points.

The Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront in Hong Kong is as well the best place to watch the night view of the harbor. Every night, the tall buildings along Hong Kong harbor will set up light bulbs on their walls and form into a wonderful sight-seeing.

Entrance Fee: free
Opening Hours: 09:00-23:30
How to get there: Bus No. K568 to Luohu, then take East Subway to Tsim Sha Tsui.

Tiantan Buddha
The Tian Tan Buddha Statue is the world’s largest, seated, outdoor, bronze Big Buddha statue. Located on the Ngong Ping Plateau, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, this majestic statue is adjacent to Ngong Ping 360’s Ngong Ping Village and the Po Lin Monastery.

Hong Kong Tiantan Buddha Statue weighs over 250 tonnes and soars 34 metres into the air. This impressive landmark opened in 1993 and is considered the major centre for Buddhism in Hong Kong; it is also a major tourist attraction for the region.

Ticket Price: free
Opening Time: 10:00-18:00
How to get there: Visitors can reach the site by bus or taxi, travelling first to Mui Wo (also known as “Silvermine Bay”) via ferry from the Outlying Islands piers in Central (pier No. 6) or to Tung Chung station via the MTR.

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